Prof. Sadia Khan

Prof. Sadia Khan


B.ed, Al Falah University, 2020;

M.Phil (English), Jamia Millia Islamia, 2018;

Title: Representing Muslim identity: A study of Leila Aboulela’s fiction M.A. (English), Jamia Millia Islamia, 2015;

B.A (Hons.) English, Jamia Millia Islamia, 2013

Sadia Khan has completed her graduation and Masters in English literature from Jamia Millia Islamia. She also has an M.phil degree in English literature from the Department of English, Jamia Millia Islamia. The title of her dissertation was, ‘Representing Muslim Identity: A study of Leila Aboulela’s fiction’.

Sadia has a teaching experience of 4 years now. She has been teaching English literature and Communication skills to students for a long time. She was an active member of the Debating society, both in her school and college years and won several accolades for her team, participating in various regional, state and national level debate competitions. She has won titles like the Best Debator in her school and was also adjudged the Best speaker for the motion for 11th Dr. Mehbub ul Haq Memorial Inter-school debate competition in 2008, organised by United Nations Development Programme and Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary studies.

She is presently working in Jindal Global University as a Lecturer at the Centre for Writing Studies and has been teaching Academic Reading and writing in Jindal Global Law School, Jindal School for arts and architecture, Jindal School for Global Policy and Jindal School for International Affairs for the past two years. Her current areas of interest include Diaspora studies, Islamic feminism, African women writings in English and Post colonialism.

  • Broadly include areas of Diaspora studies in English, African writings in English, Post colonial literature and Feminist writings in English.

  • ‘Lifting the Weight of the Veil: Leila Aboulela’s Representation of Muslim Women and their Narratives’ published in The Dynamics of Gender: New Approaches in Feminism Edited by Amina Hussain & Mustabshira Siddiqui. Vishvanatha Kaviraja Institute. 2020. ISBN: 978-81-943450-7-7
  • ‘The Hills too Have a Voice: Writings from Northeast India as Literature of Resistance’ published in Eastern Quarterly, Volume 12 Issues III&IV, 2016. ISSN 0975-4962
  • ‘The Woman Question: Representation of women in Ismat Chughtai’s select short stories’ published in Daath Voyage, 1, Issue 3, September 2016, ISSN 2455-75442016.
  • Translated Premchand’s Non-fiction Prose at the International Translation Workshop, 09-10th March, 2017, UGC-SAP DRS Programme, Phase III, Department of English, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. 
  • Attended a 32-hour Certificate course on “Translation and Media”, offered by Katha and IGNOU, between 16th January 2016 and 1st March 2016, at Kamla Nehru College, University of Delhi.